Master chef fans lose it ‘3D printer’ dessert food printers

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Master chef fans lose it ‘3D printer’ dessert🥧 food printers combine nozzles, powdery material, lasers and robotic arms to make sculptures and geometric shapes.
According to Master Chef judge Matt Preston, “the dish had a “cutting edge-type element” on it before they saw it.

We’ve seen the dish🍳. There’s one element there that I don’t think I’ve seen on an Australian restaurant menu anywhere else around the country. And that’s a totally cutting edge-type element that I think is going to bake your noodles🍝,”.

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2 thoughts on “Master chef fans lose it ‘3D printer’ dessert food printers

    ajeanneinthekitchen said:
    September 10, 2018 at 12:03 pm

    WOW!!! 3-D printers are getting to be so versatile now.

    babl responded:
    September 10, 2018 at 5:46 pm

    Thank you so much. Using 3D printing is good for health too:)

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